Consumption of supplemental protein diets in honeybee colonies

18th – 19th September 2008

Honeybees need protein-rich nutrition to feed larvae with synthesized jelly.

Protein is obtained from pollen, the colonies’ only protein source. In times of bad weather conditions or to enhance colony growth in spring, additional protein diets may be fed to honeybee colonies by beekeepers.

In a choice experiment, we compared the consumption of two supplemental protein diets presented to the bees simultaneously.

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